Re-posting this blog from my other blog on Analytics (http://allthingsbusinessanalytics.blogspot.com/)Did Netflix make a bad move or a bold move, only time will tell but for now here is a simple sentiment analysis using R and TwitteR pac...
... I thought this geocoding-bit might be worth to share (found HERE when searching the web for dismo-documentation).Read more »
My first package, zipcode, is now available on CRAN. It contains the CivicSpace database of 43,191 U.S. zip codes.
The R community is very generous and collaborative. This post walks through the suggestions left by commenters to my previous post on Steve Mosher's Nightlights work, and show the resulting much-improved output.
A global source of population density has been on my low-priority wish list for some time, so I was very excited when I found Steve Mosher’s work with the Nighlights data set. “Nightlights” refers to the artificial lights seen from space at night. Astronomers call it “light pollution” which is pretty accurate since it’s decidedly